LHCPD Investigates Stabbing 

Posted on Monday, October 31st, 2016 at 4:57 PM

 October 29, 2016, at approximately 2:30 a.m., officers from the Lake Havasu City Police Department responded to a motel in the 2000 block of W. Acoma Boulevard for a report of a stabbing that had just occurred. Responding officers contacted a 55-year old male victim standing outside of a motel room with a head injury and blood on his clothing. The male stated four unknown male subjects entered his motel room and began assaulting him for unknown reasons.  The victim fought back with a knife he managed to grab and stabbed one of the four males.  The other three males fled the motel in an unknown direction after the stabbing.  


Upon checking the motel room, officers located another male victim deceased on the floor from an apparent stab wound.  The victim’s identity will be released pending notification of next of kin.  


Detectives from the Criminal Investigations Unit were called out to investigate and the investigation is still ongoing.  Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Lake Havasu City Police Department at (928) 855-1171 or the Lake Havasu Silent Witness at (928) 854-TIPS (8477).  Citizens can also send an anonymous text message tip to “CRIMES” or 274637. Tips can also be submitted anonymously through a web page based tip service at www.tipsoft.com or via the “TipSubmit” mobile application for iPhone and Android based smart phones. 

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18 comments on “LHCPD Investigates Stabbing ”

    • Seriously Reply

      Anybody with a 3rd grade or higher education can understand the article. It clearly states that one of the 4 suspects had been stabbed and died from his injuries.

          • Kelly Winnie

            One of these? You’re the only one in the moron catergory Seriously. Maybe you should change your name to THE BIG JOKE!

          • Seriously

            Is there a problem with the phrase “one of these” or are you too fucking stupid to understand common English? Kelly, maybe you should change your name to “Dumb twat” because that’s what you are. 🙂

      • Chris Evans Reply

        the second paragraph twice refers to the dead person as a “victim”. yes, it seems that is a misnomer but it could easily confuse someone. in addition we don’t know enough just from reading the article to know what really happened, for all we know it could have been a murder and the 4 guys breaking in just a cover story. maybe drugs were involved. or maybe you have some innocent average joe who was targeted at random by 4 guys and he got lucky enough to not only grab his knife but also manage to inflict a wound fatal enough to stop the bad guy in his tracks. i’m sure there’s more to the story

      • Kelly Winnie Reply

        SERIOUSLY (we know why you choose not to show your real identity) My confusion was from the portion that stated a male victim was deceased. I was confused as to this individual being referred to as a victim because I would have said he was a suspect. Anyone with a 3rd grade or higher education would have read that they did NOT clearly state the content you inaccurately wrote in your comment. Please correct me if I’m wrong by quoting where it is clearly stated that one of the 4 suspects was stabbed and died from his injuries. I see NO reference to the person stabbed being a suspect. He is referred to as a victim.So take your 2nd grade education and shut your pie hole until you have a legitimate reason to open it. Clearly you’re a moron for calling me out on something that CLEARLY contradicts what you claim everyone understands if they have a 3rd grade education.


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